Backward linkage

Backward linkage in economics is an industry or business that supports another industry or business. They can be the supplier of materials, transporter of goods, processor of transactions of a business. For example, the backward linkages of an internet company that sells goods online can be any postal industry because it affects the demand of shipments for the postal business.

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